KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Dutch Bros coffee locations in Klamath Falls are working together to support two local teens battling bone cancer, the company announced on Tuesday.
On Friday, March 15, five locations in Klamath Falls will donate $1 from every drink sold toward medical funds for Cameron Caldwell and Quiana Cundell. The two teens each have different forms of the devastating illness.
"Klamath Falls is a small, tight knit community and we’re so thankful to be part of it. When families come together to support each other it really makes our beautiful little city shine,” said Kristen Von Tersch, owner of Dutch Bros Klamath Falls. “These two amazing young people have made positive impacts all around. We are happy to send some support to Cameron, Quiana and their families during this difficult time.”
The drive goes all day on Friday for each of the following locations:
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